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Submitted by Walker 754d ago | article

The Most Amazing Snow Levels And Zones In Video Games

Barring timed underwater escort missions, snow levels, with all their slippery ice and falling rocks (not to mention the fog), are probably the deadliest.

Yet it's easy to find enjoyable—or at least memorable—ones, even if we disregard games where the entire setting is snowy (We're looking at you, Skyrim). (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, PS3, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Xbox 360)

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